Super 8 Motel - Airdrie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... lightly. I considered winter time here with all the snow and thought of how I must walk a km from the train station to my work and how that might not be very fun in -30 degrees.
I also acknowledge that I will not be staying at my current address passed August. When Dan is here I hope to have a place organised in the Southwest (I'm currently Southeast and I work Southeast, but there are more residential areas ...
... that the unit has no microwave. We were nonplussed. It never entered our minds that a kitchen for tourists wouldn't have one, so we had to hunt through the kitchen for utensils and pans to cook the things we'd bought conventionally.
Then it was a long walk retracing our earlier steps all the way back into town for an explore. Saw the Calgary Tower, Chinatown (every city has one), and the outdoor eating precinct which was buzzing. To add to our impressive list of ...
... successes, and plans in how talents can be shared in the pursuit of individual and communal dreams. In the end community starts with a mindset that looks to the interest of others, and is not a call to be perfect but provides freedom to fail, to learn and to grow. Looking to TEARS and the bario of Maria Auxillaridora as reference, I hope one day more people see the beauty of community and share in its splendor.
... she was finished I had made up my mind that it was time for me to go and try to sleep one more time, so I went to my seat and tried again for another 2 or more hours before finally giving up. Once I had given up I decided that it was worth a shot to go through the movie selection on the plane again, I am glad I did because I found that they had the doctor who 50th anniversary episode on there which I ended up watching until we finally landed in ...
Yes I am safely back home, having navigated the Rome and Toronto International Airports by myself and lived to tell the tale (but I might have a nervous twitch for a week)!
For any of you thinking of a DIY trip to Italy I thought I would include a few travel tips. First of all it is very easy to travel in Italy without having to be confined to a tour group (I like tours, I do take tours, and they certainly fill a need) but Italy needs to be savored slowly which just cannot be ...